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UK: Tax hikes are killing beer sector - Fuller, Smith & Turner chief

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Last year's duty tax hikes have been "devastating" for the UK pub and beer sector, the head of Fuller, Smith & Turner has said, amid a 1% slip in beer volumes during the first 43 weeks of its fiscal year.


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